POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 25, 2012 Add Comments
Batman: Arkham Unhinged #19 ($0.99)
Continues the story featuring The Sirens.
All-Star Western (2011-) #6 ($3.99)
Jonah Hex battles a giant bat in the latest issue of his and Amadeus Arkham’s travels through the caves underneath Gotham.
Batgirl (2000-2006) #1-6 ($1.99 each)
Oddly enough, this was the first time Batgirl has ever had a self-titled ongoing of her own. With stories and art by her creators, Kelley Puckett and Daimon Scott, Cassandra Cain’s solo series begins.
Batman Beyond (2012-) #2 ($0.99)
The Jokerz seems to have a ringleader, who may be…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON August 9, 2011 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with Bryan Q. Miller about ending his run and the series Batgirl, starring Stephanie Brown. While the relaunch is taking Batgirl in a different direction, Miller ensures that Stephanie is not down and out just yet.
CBR: Let's touch on those characters heading into your final issue of "Batgirl." Issue #23 ends with Cluemaster revealed as the man behind the Reapers. Did you always intend to use Cluemaster, or did you decide to bring him back so that the last issue would…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON June 14, 2011 Add Comments
Seemingly skipping ahead from the previous issue, 'Batgirl: The Lesson – Unchained Melody' opens with Stephanie Brown – aka Batgirl – in a whole heap of trouble. Buried under a pile of rumble and masonry Steph reminds herself how she finds herself in such a situation: 'adopted' by the well-intentioned Clancy Johnson, who goes by the name The Grey Ghost, she's come face to face with another of the Reapers … and clearly she's come off worse following their initial encounter.
Wriggling her arms free Steph looks up…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON April 26, 2011 Add Comments
With a flashback to the last university semester 'Batgirl: The Lesson' continues and concludes with the second part of a two-part story-arc entitled, somewhat ambiguously perhaps, 'Tunnel Vision'.
First at Gotham University, then the Theta-Kappa-Gamma house, and finally a fast food restaurant we witness a student making his way through his academic life with as little effort as possible before, somewhat out of the blue, he receives an email that could just give the student some direction and focus.
Fast-forward to present day and we discover that the young…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON March 22, 2011 Add Comments
'Batgirl: The Lesson' continues with the first of a two-part story entitled 'Tunnel Vision'. As the issue opens we find our heroine, Stephanie Brown, sitting at the breakfast table across from her mother, prodding, poking at her morning waffles, recounting her recent academic studies.
"And chaos, my dear mother, is a sticky mistress".
Yet Mrs. Brown isn't really paying her daughter much attention as she's distracted by the lead story in the Gotham Gazette that focuses on yet another mysterious bank robbery the night before. Perhaps Steph – as…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON December 27, 2010 Add Comments
"Fugitive!" screams the cover as our hero Batgirl – Stephanie Brown – finds herself accused of murder, on the run, quite literally, through Devil's Square and away from the pursuing GCPD. With beads of perspiration on her brow Steph's caught in the police spotlight as she wonders just how she's found herself in this position – she 'knows for a fact' that the murder was committed by a mysterious group of students dressed like the Grim Reaper but the officers just aren't giving her the opportunity to…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON November 24, 2010 Add Comments
This new chapter in the life of Batgirl opens with Wendy Harris recounting to Barbara Gordon an earlier conversation she'd had with Stephanie Brown during which the two young women explored the history of the Bat family … Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Steph herself, Barbara Gordon, Tim Drake, Damian Wayne – Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Red Hood, Spoiler, Red Robin: (almost) everything you need to know about the world of Batman in 10 minutes and 3 pages.
As Wendy and Barbara – Proxy and Oracle – continue…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON November 14, 2010 Add Comments
Our story opens with a flashback with Batman – Bruce Wayne – giving Stephanie Brown – as Spoiler – a dressing down. His message is clear: she needs to accept that Bruce is in charge and things will be done his way.
Fast forward to current day and Stephanie – this time as Batgirl – is inside WayneTech Research & Development looking on as an unidentified intruder overpowers four of the security guards. As Oracle, via the com unit, advises…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON October 4, 2010 Add Comments
We're promised 'Terror in the 3rd Dimension' in Batgirl #14 and as the story opens we see Batgirl – Stephanie Brown – and Supergirl – Kara Zor-El – struggling to release themselves from their captive: as Stephanie explains, she was just hoping for a quiet, normal, evening; kicking back, relaxing with a friend – instead, these friends find themselves in a grip of a monochrome Dracula!
Much earlier, at the Brown household, we are witness to a much calmer scene as the young Stephanie is slumped over the table…
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POSTED BY Craig George ON August 19, 2010 Add Comments
With the events of 'The Flood' firmly behind her, Stephanie Brown has most certainly grown – both as a young woman and, just as importantly, as a member of the Batgirl 'team'.
Our story – appropriately entitled 'Trust' – begins with Stephanie, sweat dripping from her brow, facing her opponent who in turn stares back and throws down a verbal challenge. Moment later, it's game on as Steph lets loose a tremendous shot … much to the surprise of her opposite number.
We're at Gotham U, it's the second half…
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